Something You Should Know About Your Nail

- Sep 19, 2017 -

Q:My nails grow quite long, but they break off. I've tried nail hardeners, but they don't seem to help.

A:Nail hardeners should be used when nails are bendy and flexible, rather than when they're brittle and prone to snapping.


Q:What's the best type of nail file?

A:Some of the best nail files are professional grade files, available in different types or grits. The grit is marked on the packaging or file as a number.

The higher the number, the finer and less abrasive the grit, the lower the number, the harsher the grit. The best file to shape artificial nails would be a 180 grit.


Q:How can I make my nail varnish stay put longer?

A:Before painting nails, ensure they're oil-free by wiping clean with nail polish remover to help the polish stick to nails more effectively.


Q:Do you have any tips on how I should file my nails?

A:Too often, we're tempted to saw at our nails, from side to side. This is the worst thing you can do. Make sure your nails are totally dry before you begin to shape them to avoid splitting or tearing.

Position the nail file at a 45-degree angle under the nail, and file the nails from the left hand corner to the centre of the nail for a few long gentle strokes. If necessary, use nail clippers to shorten the nails first. Most people opt for a "squoval"shape, but this summer is all about round shapes for short nails or almond shapes for long nails.



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